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Title: The Jasper news
Uniform Title: Jasper news (Jasper, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F.M. DeGraffenried
Place of Publication: Jasper Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1890-
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Newspapers -- Hamilton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 21, 1890)-
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PRICE_ I.Oc.PER COPY: .-. $3.00 PER.YEAR HAMILTON, COUNTY. JAS Ep FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1964 VOLUME 94, NUMBER 39

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". !.:Hanultbii'Minutes Meeting\ County ((1' 3Jf Ground for- New- -Phosphate Plant I




Commissioners', o. v. .....> 1*..to nnl' .as.. '. :i -
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Ifl," .rf>; 1104 Casper Florida ----- I Work officially started{ last Saturday afternoon on. -

'v'*. .:.C vat.* xvm*, Oct.: 3afJ9W Hamilton t County t ,r. 'lthc. ;: biggest'single development to hit Hamilton County

loners The, In Board and of for county Hamilton(Cornmfss-County 4-BCIi1: tis rAtte: d in many.years: .Dr. Atmand. Hammer president of Occidental -

met today pursuant to call by Vice- North' Faii l Petroleum ,Corporation, used a silver-plated, varnished -
Chairman',Grovep! ,Wheeler and the Florida'< *Ac and polished shovel to officially break ground for

'&,' following( member'atal 'were present The Hamilton Counfyi4i'idtlbsattended r construction; ; of.a ,phosphate processing plant which is i
Guy McGhuv:: m n. Jack Vlnon -
4 ,' Crover.Wheeler," Lawton Moculiey ,the North Florida Fair. destined to become a permanent part of the life of Ham-

: and Aaroh 1 login and County this past Saturday, Oct. 31. 1964.'' ilton Co' nty.! The plant located about 10 miles east of
It .l
We left the postoffice at :-45 a
attorney% ,W!..JLt. >rury was.also Jasper wjll be connected
,, ,
: .' ..' m. mad. arrived at the I4Ip'at ':IG to Jasper by a paved road now

The! meeting was'called for the a.m. Some 6f On ill members'e eat H. t under_ .survey. (The road will be built with secondary
I en i to the fafr'grounttt': Other of the : road obtained
.. money by the
purpose ;o( :adcptlng .a resolution re-shuffling priority of county -
and the
boys girls were on Judge
,V>provide the State'Welfare Depart line, teams. They started at 111 road Projects), It is eXpeCted'that' the plant and minewill
"",vith-facIUttes td eawe-) '
Trtent!
to and until 11 00. {they hire about ISO I men and is
" + :;7attx'Ggltomce'la this>> eomty.r I Judged : Then expected to be in operation
r Motion'was made by Commissioner l i had a chance to see the fair within a year, There will be a rapidly increasing
I
Wheeler, seconded: I by Oommtssfoner" -7 Some of the attractions were the crescendo of,activity on the site until then
d farrls :wheels side shows, games as machinery ,
and .
McCuIley unanimously is
and rides Eb-- brought in and buildings constructed.
carried that the following.. ,
.t.FdInu.tdtcatlonat> part there
ReIlO-I
lotion, be adopted.RESOLUTION ., I were the exhibits cattle, awlae aai 1 \With Your HomeDemonstration and About Columbia 250 people from Hamilton
,
I other things that the various organtzSuorls Counties and mem
'WHEREAS, the Board of County f had pv$ 'for'people to see : beta'd the corporations Involved
Commistloners of Hamilton County, ; were
On some of the exhibits there'were present last Saturday afternoon
Florida have been advised by' the ribbons that the people had won. YL 'nh' I .; at the Invitation of the company .
,Agent
;.State,Department of, PubUc" Welfare There were a lot of people that IWa to'a barbecue and groundbreaking *

that the said Department's pre were there. We had about 70 4HIl1'8to s The cleared, area where Roy Cooper's farm home and' outIdeinsttiid- 1 h Wrlsia 8, Wkitaa ceremony to kick: : off the
In said
sent facilities and personnel new
attend the Fair from thia'tb.At Industry which will mine phosphate
County'are,no longer:adequate to 2:00: p.m. a 'program was put Is fast becoming a beehive of industrial, activity; and It will get worse ,Above, .at the deposits estimated at 30 mil-

serve the needs' of the general pub- ,on at the football, field. This wasthe edge of their fainter driveway ground, .is raked for the county's new Industry At left iron recoverable' tons it has also

Hi and establish the said Department Welfare, 'pt.rIce'desiresto In time to give out the awards to is John M. Harris, president, of Occident. W,of,Florida Corp which! will be the name of been stated' that this and other de
.a the people. At three p.m. we posits' in the area comprise the
said County; with Increased personnel reassembled young at the bus to start' our the local corporation. Next to him is 'ch\ick'\ Watson local Florida Power Corporation 'i second largest deposit of phosphate.

.and' facilities' to meet the in- Journey back home. Manager; Dr Armand Hammer,, presider' ,the parent corporation! ,. Occidental, Pet. In the'U.h.Uect'States. '

and creasing need of-the general: public I. :\\J.;on behalf of,the 4-H Club members rdieum Corp., J.. T. Bridges ol, the Hartllton'' County Chamber of Commerce: art The, plant Is located on the
would. like to thank the bus
WHEREAS: the said Departmenthas I drivers, ; Mr. John Goolsby and Mr. H. S. Ten Eyck.: president Internationa) Ore Corp a firm recently purchased by Occidental Anil : 160acre farm near Purvis Still

requested the said Board to Theeo Sullivan for thaldng their ia,their preparation for! entry Into the fertilizer< business :1 east of Jasper Continental Can .
Corp., ,
which has
provide suitable office space for given Occidental
Also
time to take us to the fair.
I the proposed Welfare Unit Officeor thanking the chaperons end the agents -- : R a mineral.lease on 30.000 acres of
rent or lease to said Department;' fcurtr land bought. \ the farm from Itoy
for .tin*.;and the Hamilton REVIVAL
YOfI 'i Cooper Occidental has, an optionto
end, SAVE 'iOODLIGlITn
vWHEREAS School Beard for the use,of the .. .. nvs
buy the, site
findqthat
the said Board GWeu.dealaned
buses. The White Springs Baptist Church Dr, Armand
such facilities are necessaryin Hammer presidentof
Reporter, "
will In revival ces Nov. ; J'tktet'r': .
engage lamps cannot provide Occidental: ,
summed
order for the said Department to Smith' up the value -
be able. to properly serve the gen- Dennis 6. 7, and S with the Rev.: Ellis- B. shadow: and glare free light bt the new plant to Hamilton

eral public and carry out Its functions Turner doing ,the preaching. r ( p.fiy }n9 for reading unless you place them County when he said that; on 'anel

under the law and that such Senior 4-H Meets Rev, Jimmy 1... McNeal pastor of t properly. Hera are some'' genet l annual basis "the amount of phosphate '

facilities will. be of great benefit to 4-H' I the church said the services win begin ( guides for determining )lamp plac:=;: "we'will( "extract from. ,100 acres
.. T apc r' Senior girls met .., ment \
the public Thursday at Too p. m. each evening and ) of land wlO amount to more .
I THEREFoRE BE :XT ., ,last .,," in the H'Florida Power' there will be a nursery fpethow* 'Ir\-living sia--gakiw.p ._ of'1, ..-.....< I '

;...,flOLVia>' ta e4lW saM. .JtE.l_ 'Ji wwea"eiilled o'luilfet' towfc'jte"* '**;;t.J ,- # so that the Ass.MM*aMet"pith .MM' "
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ttt t; :ttw.reader' sftmiHsr.i Measure tIIfuI9ln.tM' I
emir
.contract use:: by said" for) a Weir I' I": I'by Mrs.White, our leader who She Introduced participate The p\sVtte.ls bl this nr\m\rnetlrsjM J\y\ InvrW*.j;.ufJtfOVE8N !!o" tc _._ ;0 inches'left or rlsftr*.../boot :The) '*:"r0w4-.t. 'barbecue pus r ,ua,L \:ti
are going
fare Unit a.sJd Board our helpers centers.depending. onj he (atile" 14- rape afters'M what ...4bmMrIy: "
will by:'a; fesoMd3OnFIssue to help to us,In'our different 4-H.;work.things;They,we Above Is:;j.c.w'W ;sign In'/ronToVwVcli/ ) fit f groundbreaklrq. r cation, and then 16 inches back'Anexception Qope1o''t! nnhous..Y'nI. I 'Ii
showed some -
... to fhls parte<7i I ethe'veutall r1'
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i WCPOT
se1f- 1 rue foods ,TRUCK
could. make.Afterward.: ceremony was held last Saturday aftemoonr : ,.' ''', table lamp.'It should: be placed "Occidental 'nas. a long range
to finance the cost: of constructing Mrs! White, turned the : .plan to become one of the world's'
however Central Truck Line depot has \ bacfc on a tow table and a* near the
said bufkMng:provided; + --
will enter meeting over to Lillian Riley, last been moved to old cotton! gta bull4ng rear :corner :of. the: adjacent:chair leading manufacturers and Florida
that the said Department year's 4-H (president..proceededin | }In front of the County JaILCommunicable U possible. I I. an Important .part- of our plan."
said
with County :
into art agreement of of tiers. -, ---T-Tfront' : Hammer said
to pay'fuIIure''In'',an:amount the elction Place floor lamps as near the rear They plan to extract :
Thy are: Kathy Dedge, president about s million tons of phosphate -
of the chair
sufficient retire the total amounto corner as possible
Terry Bonhell,'Vke> presidnt. Marsha per year from the ares.
said bonds'together with assrOed vDisease5 the Arrange shades,f.oj pole lamps
Hall, Scretary; Judy Harvey, t Suwannee River M1 efill be
interest and\provided further' that Call Carter so that the light beams either up
Corresponding Secretary; Note FromHealth Hamilton County's I largest employer
action shall be authorized "' down and from the view
the proposed Treasurer; Elaine: Rozler, Re- Sttf or away : and its,,operation here will be
by applicable JaWl'of. the portr;' Lillian Riley, Council Delegate 1; .' awn astor i y r'a eyes. Pendant-type; lamps maybe increased later Mr, Hammer, who
State of Florida.: ) treated as table lamps when yla-
; Deborah Fisk and Gall Hayes Department left hereto go: to Nlcarsoue;: and
and Adopted on this cad the side of chair each<<
at at
Approved election officers the a or .
the officials
After : Venezuela for negotiations with
30th day 'of October.- 1964. meting was adjourned by. Presl-1 The e" dlhteft\\ I. once end of a sofa.Or they may be pla-: \ in those countries, said his
Guy McGhin;Chairman Project Chairmen again"Infantile Paralysis'" DUringthe f' red behind chairs, following the company Is the largest fertilizer

Hamilton County Cbmmisslon- dent Kathy. Dedge.. late 1950'a Ve witnessed an increased tilt),, ; jJlp: r guide for floor lamps. company in 59 countries.

ersATTEST: J. R: Miller, 'ClerkX 'Elaine Reporter Rozler' : proportion of, adult attributed poliocasesVThia Faith Is the singular access to knowledge of God must be' sought in When using a table lamp for desk FlorIda-born Harris had to get in
i situation was true.and solid wl adorn.Wise persons them. work, place the lamp on the side
of parking at ''
problem space a friendly Joke on his New York
of the ,
to widespread use newly prepared p
the hand used for
the Jasper Methodist Church created know the fear (reverence) of God opposite writing born boss
Inactivated polio vaccine ; "He ( ) made known His ways City by presenting him
Brotherhood i I back from deskedge.
about 12 Inches the
by the State Road.Project on (Salk) among Infants and children I',God is ,wisdom's, beginning;; humble ito Moses, His acts to the people of This the of the with 'a silver plated varnished and I
Central Avenue had been.prevlously! 'Meefih'tWell.' The Salk Vaccine''' does not confer persons ,recognize, that the I I Israel. .the law was given brings 15 center inches polished turpentine hack whichhe
shade about
discussed, and upon motion by Commissioner "gut-Immunity", therefore the ",1m I.ledge. ot G d.\\ben'we are Jmow..j through Moses; grace and truth lamp from work, away said "makes him the cunpm '. {
Vinson, seconded by t'AtteiWed' mune" child can still transmit poliovirus ''abled and unqualified Our vision Is ,camelhrough Jens Christ. No one tote' center: chief turpentine+ dipper and we

Commissioner Hogan: and 'unanimously t
can'ted'the following resolution I Seventy men representing twelve .d 1t.,The high precentage 1 i I capped In hearing too. The sad,,who is In the bosom p fthe Father, work place the.lamp 10 inches in rights on..all the oak trees on the

was adopted' by the.Board In I churches In the County on Oct, 29, of adult:peases: caused appropriate I;truth is 'we are Wind-and deaf to I I II I,He has made Him known." God has from the front edge of the desk. It property.

regard to'lame.. i 1964 at the First Baptist Church Jasper authorities to recommend that emphasis I I the countless proofs of God's pre' provided perpetual public recordof too should be placed on the side

RESOLUTION for the Quarterly meeting of the; in the use of the limited,sence and providence. : His self-dliclosure In''the Bible pposlt the writin ghand. Lightingexperts

WHEREAS the Board of County i County Brotherhood. John Lang- supply of polio vaccine be shifted I! The facts that Cod presides over and He presents a lively Interpretation recommend that floor I Johnson Carries

Commissioners of Hamilton County dale Val
Florida, have determined that the Lay'leader waS principal spea"! l vaccine in mass community im I do not often arouse our..adn ratlon. I at the same time ,conflrns the reliability \arm type, ''be used with drop-leaf-I County by 144 votes .

construction taking place on the ker. Mr. Langdale told ,the group munlzation programs during the ;We need eye glasses; we need a.. of that record. style desks,

road project designated by the 'I lot: the Importance of always being I last two and one-half year has hearing-aid :.in short. we need 1 l I I President Johuoa carried Ilamllton .
State Road Department *s Section.a' a'mlasionaz'for God; lIe, also related resulted in a sharp decline In the God's help. '' True and solid wisdom consist Sometimes a pair of pin-up lamps Countbya'. Uro lit vote..

32500-2603 will create an open ditch I experiences he had learner I proportion of adult cases, becauseof If we have the- slightest In two parts, the first of which is I may be substituted for a desk lamp. I Incomplete "retaras "showed that
on the west side of the road Immediately effect 'of appreciation I the knowledge of God The' be.atnnin& ., To arrange pin-up lamps attack' '
\this year on a church tour,19 Japan. ,the "gut-immunizing" of our' limitatlonMsome tbl* ctouaty.. aloof'wlt: Baker maybe i
opposite and in front of par 'of'this knowledge 'a quick them to the'wall or a board and
The County Brotherhood has beenin the oral vaccine( which are.self Imposed), we shall, U I .the Mly,C' couallesja Worth Florida
eel SRD No. 1121. and; 'and readiness at what them 30 Inches: apart. They
:1 operation for one year'and consists 'acceptuafl the help that God glad to/look space ) l o fi' toT JohnMoa-Horoohrvy.
WHEREAS the said Board finds ,' 'of all men In the County Interested All poliomyelitis cases in Florida proIIlvicJes. 'I God has sown to listen to what should be no;moWthan 17 inches Goldwater carried five'ryral: >
In what, then, does His help, : preIcIncU
that this ditch will create a traffic said.: This ",..dJne.." Is back from the front edge of the
I: in promoting',chrlstlai Hying, this year have been among persons ? It consists in the structure -,He has with JO&MOII carrjrtag and
hazard unless a pipe is used for less' than 9 of Eight:of equally Important for getting to desk' Mount them so that the bottom I
I I:foster. Shepherd and,Clyde Payne' years: age. of the entire universe, but that !I I pUttinf Precinct 'A with It vote
drainage instead of'an open ditch !'served a* President and SecretaryMdurng the 10 cases reported to date were I in itself is not enough. It also consists know ourselves, but that in another.1 edge of the lamp shade rests each. Johnson carried the two
THEREFORE BE IT RE-, less than 6 old. The pattern subject. about 15 inches above the desk.
same
,I ( 1964. .John Hendrick was years in the whole fabric of the 'large** precincts la the couatjr,
SOLVED by the Bald Board i that elected 1965,and Paul has been observed all over the. I both of which b.va large number
her, I President for f Scriptures. A correct and vivid Bill VanZant ; When, table Is used for reading'
the State Road Department is. Stites.Ill 1'
j Weber as Secretary United -- -- --- of voters. .
I ,in of should aegro
the
I bed spread light
,by requested to replace said ditch t recognition of this trend, compared More ejection sews oa the Imlde. "' '
l ('be sufficient to permit both body ,
with One Hundred and Eighty (180)) '- ] whit the aim of total eradication hber'of Commerce t to.Meet\ And I r
feet of drainace pipe with sufficent] J J gand zoning presented the (oTfeoJibmyelitl: } from the U. I and eye comfort. Measure 22 Inches ........._...-, ,

sewer tap-ins to insure proper drainage board with Information, the Committee S.;" the'Surgeon. General of the See'Phosphate Film ,Monday1 ih'j l t from the center of the reading material '
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table. From this VUiU
'I out to the Judge iMgdale Hen
and that this pipe extend southward had obtained. S. p:n. :has:emphasized< the ur-1 .
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from the Atlantic Coast Line Motion was made by 0mm: ..-',I gent need, for all communities The regular'monthly to, meeting.;or;! ',the- Board 'or; Directors the point wall.measure Center 16 lamp Inches here.back It will to I, sister Judge Mrs.Harley Sadie,Langdale Langdale'and Santflin his
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Railroad crossing immediately Commissioner aTl infants during the
opposite loner Wheeler, seconded by Immunise t
and on the west side of the McCulley" and carried, first year of life with the oral vac I and Committee Chairmen of the Hamilton County then be about in line with the read were visitors to our.city on Tuesday "

road in front of parcel No. 112.1 of that Col. Julian Wood be appointed 1 cine IDs expert committee on polio Chamber of Commerce will be'held Monday, November er's shoulder. The bottom ot the!\ afternoon. 'J,

said Section, and; County Service Officer effective Immunizations has urged that communities : 9, 1964 in the Chamber of Commerce Building in about shade 20 should inches be above at eye the level mattress,pr They were callers at the home of;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Nov. 2, 1964. I I which have not already the
Ktrby Sandlins. Son
Jack
Sand-
at 7:30 The meetings are always to Since its bulb 1 shielded ,a ,
Jasper open pen
furnish p.m. f
]
the Clerk shall ,a copy I, The The Cleric was Instructedto ,organized CONTINUING programs Un was In to greet them as was our i
the State Road of I interested in the work of the Chamber. .dant-type lamp can be a little higher -
of this resolution to I place Mr. Harry Davis{ on the or the effective Immunization anyone County Judge John McCormick.
Department at Is office In Lake payroll in,the amount of $25,00 per I I their Infants and preschool child After the meeting a film entitled "The World ofPhosphate" than the eye leveL Judge Lanadale is the largest t I..

City, Florida. month as, court house maintenance ren In all socio-economic groups ,
will be shown. I HOUSEHOLD HINT: Dusty light cigarette: tobacco orower In.the
Adopted this for the should do (The cess of suchprograms '
Approved and on man. said salary to begin I I so lU ,
There has been than interest i irTthe .bulbs and grim fixtures can cut, United. States and perhaps'the lar
30th day of Octaber,1964. month of October. is requisite:for attaining more average j
Guy? McGhin Chairman There being no further business the goal of the elimination of paralytic I Chamber of Commerce recently and those who have not ,I50 lighting efficiency by aa much as In ant this producer) : of gum turpentine" u'
nation.
Commissioners said board ado i poliomytlltlr since( It Is primarily percent. Eliminate this waste f "
before the board
Hamilton County become members urged to join. Please call the t tt
I Sandlln
Clerk 'I I these children who I yet are and brighten rooms by setting up a1..f Mrs. and Judge Lang-
ATTEST: J. R. Miller, Journed. younger
Mr. Thomas Bridges, Chairman of Cdy McGhin, Chairman serve to transmit the natural infection office any time during business hours and Miss Polk'will 'I f soap and way bath schedule foi dole, are former residents of thisL A

the Committee to study County.plan'I i ATTEST: J. R.: Miller, Clerk ., within.' the'community). tell you how you may join. both btdbs and fixtures: ,;. ; t ....1...., ,iiw. ,

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PAGE TWO,. :. >" :-.i .: THE JASPER .NE.W. % ,JASP.ER FLORIDA '. Friday, November:;6, 1964 .


'f ,.lenniiiis--, -,Newsy -- t r :Mf''.and. Mm. Roy Patford-had',''Piitoit/Mr.OO Mrs. Robert Mil 11 .' ::1 I 1.ri..tu"._ Deeee'An Pre .C.rfea.e. is>'':'ir w.."a N-k.t /."..'..1.11:.1 .j..Je..r." .! -ri1UUUN'EIS'-"' .C-' '{..'J.IW .


& <:MTS.I W'1ter'I avener )tJ!. and Mrs, Gus Dunn from MilIftdgevnie.'CaJMn :ny-'Fletch' ** of.-tc'Alpm.: I J<, \- Public I Announcements free e :1 i' IIrtrballc; t and,the' o" wy
') { ; ;; D unzc and Ml'lt! .. .. I ..l ''Vealrof thlHamUtanCoant ,CjMrt' af J.*p.r. NOTICM TQ :ArrM>.
Mr. and Mr bud i klinyon .1 > ,, fffortda.* UU therl IN THE NAMB t5K
'" *nfl< Pafford ari.codslnsTheey brought I list dar of, October, 190("." FLORIDA .
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'S i! 1i.t {56T ; r
Statr from Jacksonville,wer. here.' Jane who It aitudenbssirse"Theft nninr s Hijrh INVITATION>A FOR> BIDS >" *.... leratee and krantae*,ot Fred f ,,- JR. MILLER Clerk De>.... sierras'.' .
this ,weekend. They were ,visitingat ; O. 8COTT. -deeeaeedi. the unknown. I, Circuit Court ot Hamilton Hf....... '..t f_t Offlr
on Saturday evening, the Freddie FOR NEW I HIGH SCHOOL heir, devlnee. le.ateee bad rrantee County Fla.! by Alice Jon*. Address aakaewatYou .
the home of Mr .Addle McCall,, School l. News Sealed proposal from general contractor << of MERLE SCOTT deceased the :SEAL) Deputy Clerk are hereby required to
Mrs. Rumyon's mother: They came';i. Johnson Joined the group.' Coming will b. received by the HAMILTON unknown b.lre. devUiee, legates and i Oct. to. Nov. 8, U, u. ItU take notice that. a worn Petition for
from Fitzgerald to see the group We can d' "V an easy teeth now COUNTY BOARD Or PUB. a-ranteen of JAMES DRYDEN SCOTTdeceased the adoption of Janice Marie Miller
especially for, the Jennings High 1 was Mr. Jessie Paffonf. brother of since We had wonder LIC INSTRUCTION In the SUPER : FRED TURNER SCOTT I NOTICE OP.BIO who I* alleged to be your natural legal
a U Tulsa
In"week." COURTHOUSE whose last known adftre"
INTENDENT. OFFICE!
; child by Werraan E. and
Homecoming. last Etfdiy night. Mr. Mr; Ry. TheY'aU. had a good time 'ful time with all of the festivities :. JASPER FLORIDA, until Oklahoma If Urine and 1C dead hi.* Notice la hereby given that will the hi* wife, Ruth Fin ley, the Ftaley purpose of
Commllonre
and Mrs: Bobby McCall of Valdcstajoln 1 I 1:00 p.m Tuesday, November 17, 1X4 unknown h.lre. devl.ee.. legatee.and ,Board' of County aid proceeding being the legal
together. o'clock adap
TIlE CORONATION for the construction of A NEW COM.fiOLIDATED vranteri find A. p. MKBIUTT receive sealed bid unlll" UOO .
'd them for' the game Bobby. Harvest moon theme was used I HAMILTON COUNTY O Box 1IO. KIlKor:T.xk.. a m. on Friday, November It, 114 Lion under the law* ofthe SutrfcfFlorida
of the said' minor child
\ filed In the for She following: by
SCHOOL. A complaint hat ben
er*Mil. McCall's. son Miss Charlene Bates was home in the decoratlri: of the stage In L JUNIOR JASPER SENIOR HAMILTON HIOH COUNTY' above styled caua. avalnit ,ou. You One U) Twelve (U) Inch drainage the raid' Petitioner s
from Palatica; where she teaches the auditorium whtre the, coronation -. FLORIDA. At the time and plac and each of you are' hereby requiredto well to be drilled approximately Now therefore you the ,saidDonna
Mrs. Allen Johnson aoted above the proposals will b. file I your answer or other ple ding five mile Bputhwett of Marcus, a* the natural mother
Danny and I I'' the third 'grade, for the Homecoming : .
took of
'" place. publicly opened and No ex* with the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn ....per. Bid to be oa a per said minor child are' hereby commanded
Frankle went to Gainesville Saturday festivities. I The Junior class had charge of'this tcniloa of bidding period w'111 be sad for Hamilton Count/, Florida 1 fool basis. a* to drUllag, and to be and appear In the said
made and to serve a COPT thereof on Plain: caelng. All other costa to. be Court/and at the Courthouse. la Jan.per .
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to visit the Freddie Johnson's'lRnd i affair Mr. V. J. McDonald is I Bidding document*.rnkv be obtain lift. attorney. BRANNON, BROWN Included. In the Clerks Office, at Japer
stll/astkUN.Fipt'N1e. -Agame. ,t, Uiss. .e.Jeftailigs from Jacksonville'and e'la' .' Qxa.'ata ed from the office of ZEH V. LACK. NORRIS AND VOCELLE STATEtl.tCHtNOM Bid to be filed In the office of the Florida, on or before the Tth dar
'Dr/J;'V t" MeCa'll-of IIiIimoon \ : BANKo.r.BUi a.. t on r w: of December 1.... and how' cause
., 'kin strawtSnd TOO.vI.d RGIA! ... r
.. .. ; 'a e y ; .'. .. wfT. IeVeloBtr s .. OoftI'Ji1"UlICJ" .h6ul4 JM1.beP.
'' Daytona Beach came up Friday were used on the ..tace.On' Application for document together for the IOltI dar of November, It... The Board of County.Uomrniioa granted and that you cause to be
Miss Lintto Eason, a senior alF t: night to go to !'Florida'( "'* Auburn of throne'were, with a deposit of ISA per ter ehould and If you fall to do *o a Deere Pro era reserves the' rlgbl to reject any erred oa the Petitioner attorney..
S U, was here,for the : either side the be filed promptly with wm' ArchlteeL Confeo will be entered against you or all bid. r. B Hkrrell at hi office at Jasper
McCall.bf two large bunches of dry materialsWhIch Bidding material be for for the relief demanded la the Com Hoard Couaty CommU.loner Florida, copy of such"pleading.
She is now Interning\ In Jac the warded, chipping charge collect. a* ''Hamilton County, Florid' Witness my hand and the Seat
added to plaintThle
vile ct Englcwcod High School ]I sceoe. soon a* polbl. suit U brought by OWEN by J. R. Miller, Clerk of said Court on this the lath day
and:Mil P, 'Hl'Wisenbakerare Queen Martha from the house of The full amount of deposit for one ILLINOIS GLASS COM PANT, a cor- Nor. I. 11 of October, A. D.1564.''
escorted the set of document will b. refunded t* poratlon orcanlied' and existing under e.e e J. R. Miller
Newsome: was' tq
Mr.. and 140x. Franklin Gastonhave spending the weefc In Valdosta each general contractor' who ubmlta the law of the State of Ohio for Clerk of Circuit Court..
returned from a trip to Texas. with their( daughter. Airs. Betty throne by King Junior .from. the a bo.afld. bid upon retwrnt of same the purpo**'of partitioning the oil I' NOTICE OF BID Hamilton County, Florida)
In good condition wlthlfi. thirty cao) and mineral rltrkta In, under and that the
home cf. Griffin., gas Notice l I. given Nov IS, 20. IT
They went with their daughter, Mrs Adams., i crowned In day* after the date of opening'bid I *. upon the following described lands In Board of,County ('ommlmloner* will\ *, eNOTICR
Gertrude McC iBers.. e..e They were royal style| All other depoetts'will be refund'ed Hamilton Countr. Florida, to.wit) r receive sealed bids until 10:00 o' .
., MR. JODY McCALL CELEBRATES with much pomp and ceremony; 'with deduction, approximatingcoat : TOWNSIflP 1 NORTH I clock '.01. on Nevember IS, 1114, OF PP..IC"T.O..OVACATIII
of r.produotlon'of.. document RANGE II EAST ", for the followingequipment.. PART OF PLAT OF
Miss Brenda 'Butler was visitingher \ BIRTHDAY Martha 'wore a beautiful pink for I upon return. of .m.'tn good condition '- f Section tTl WH of S w if I New TractortShovel, sot less than rnnivisiow op
mal. She was given: an arm.bouquetof within' thirty (10) dh.y afterdat. Section 21r'814'ot 8H NE .%.', ofSection S yd. SA.K. rated captcltr. u.n.rat HAMILTON/ GARDEN
family over the weekend. Bren- Mr. Jody' was honored on his caranations. of opening bid* SEt4/' purpose bucket ,,10 handlematerials NOTICE .. hereby given that the
birthday with a dinner''This festive Contract If awarded; will be OB a. til 'Nil:%, I averaging I00w. Jb.. undersigned a* the owners of the)
da is attending College at States- Princess Joan from the house ofMorcaJ'l lump aum basin& No bid may bwithdrawn Section 14: NH of NWir< per Filtered hydrkuIk land Involved will make applica
I
toro. Georgia. occasion was last Monday night at for a period of thirty flv: Bald land conlfclnlna120' acres. ) : alar'hr speed power lion to the Board of CommlHclnnera -
te Marys Restaurant, of Jasper. The' was escorted by Prince day after time has been called o mere or lees) : shift tranimUiloa. Four wheel of .. ItaD'6o
the date of Bid baccompanied ; *
Sievie from the house of Roy. opening must sad for tho purpose 0 dlrldlna- the drive. Planetary type axle Florida al their' office In the Courthouse .
with faU bond In a
Gregg Plttmafl, son of Mr. and nom was ve7y'attnctlve Iney were like wise treated very amount not leas oy 1bl4 than 14 of the proceed of the sale thereof, la J the Four wheel air or vacuum..overhydranllo at Jasper Florida, al Hick
flowers. A beautiful event a sale I is made pursuant t* brake:' Mechanical
arrangementwas
regular
lobe
Mrs. James Is in the meeting held
Ham anda
Plttman. base bid. Both a performance on Tues
Princess Joan given ,
royaUi was order of Court brake abaft.
I in of the table. LeadIng payment bond will b* required' I In tv 1; be parking on prop day December. lit. It... for leave
Uton County Memori.IHospital. We the center .
a of caranations. She worea an 'amount 100 of the This Order and Notice shall Power ateerlng.Four 1La-!( Upi to cancel and annul
nosegay equal to % certain portion.
from:either side was a and I published In the JASPER NEWS a tire.. Powered br diesel _If. of that
rope Contract certain
wish him ipeedy price. luh-dlvlnlon
a recovery His red formal. Barbara McCuf'ey, [! newinaper of general circulation. .gin with not less than lot horsepower map and
many friends miss him very much. cowboys were placed up end down class president did the announcingand reject The any Owner or rt all. serve.bid and the to right to published In Japer Hamilton< County t rating a* recommended bythe plat ENS and known recorded a* HAMILTON. GARD
Florida once week for four ..11'ele..n.r. In Plat Rook No.
the table. Place cards were made technicalities every manufacturer Pry type
introductions of representatives. Informalities consecutive i Machine to have not t at page. 7 thereof of the publlo
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Tippet and '' from brown'' wrapping paper on .. HAMILTON OF PUBLIC COUNTY::: walv'l DONE AND kR'D RED at Ins*" less than 13.000'Ibs.' lifting or record of Hamilton County Flori
children of Lee were here for the which was 'a' flag since It ,was 10nr81' Clyde Hunter. per Florida, this 11th day of Octob 0000 lbs.. operating capacity aa da end l l"I'II"'d In- "Section' 1, Twp 1
The entertainment was I Piano er. 1014. 1'1' R, 14 Emt.
election time. BYr Harry: T: Reid, shown on manufacturer epee and will at said time
Homecoming. Mrs. Tlppetts Is a solo"- Brenda Murphy; Skit Count School Superintendent OlCt R. Miller and all. standard equipment. The and place ask that the vacation of
former graduate of J. 11 S. Each guestreceived a favor. The Harvest Oct. It. S3. 10 Nov. I.iN Clerk III Court above to be shown. by manufaeturer'i e"rh nortlonn of said pUl be arrantnnd -
|I Mary Wells Song-Shine on Hamilton Count, FlorldsJSeal cpeclflcatlona.! I'd hnl nertIssion. be granted tn
S. i I man weregiven' small rakes and : Moon, by Jackie Hiers. I( of the Clerk of Circuit Court ,TRADE..N return the nld land" tn acreage and

TAKING CERAMIC COURSE 4 4th'( lands fans. Whn 'Mr. Jody was Ushers were the Padgett twins. THIRD TUB JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUITIN COURT, Oct. S3, '80.,. Nov (, 11. Each. bidder to 'mate price net .h0' t ther may be hereafter.llte.I on
his cake cash with comMeriktlon for the tax/ roll op eMil "ou"',, hv
presented << everyone sang AND FOR HAMILTON. being
Several ladies are having a won 'Ronnie and Donnie. The crown COUNTT FLORIDA I IN THK CIRCUIT COURTOF trade In of Und TD9 tractor and ,.."rh| .4 "iM*>Mina... > t.. the Oovern-
derful time each Tuesday morning I['Happy Birthday 1 He blew out j bearers were, Jerry Keeling and IN CHANCfo RTOWI'Ns.rLLll'I'OI8 ,I THE THIRD JUDICIAL I3SOO.00 cash aa down payment meat Survey thereof Instead of In
the'candlel and made' a wish GLASS COMPANY CIRCUIT IN AND FOR with amount to pay eft balanceIn loss and MnrVo ?+ they, appear on
They are taking a Ceramic course, ]Russell Driggers. The flowers were aa Ohio HAMILTON COUNT, 1 equal annual payment he said mkp or plat

at the Leila Rentz Studio..They,ere which was for another'" party. He j taken to the stage by Brenda Com corporation.Plaintiff.. FLORIDA- First payment due 6a Jan. I.l.'ltd TV%..<. -. .T-en -. wlnrMe, on thin the
received many gifts: some very Deloach. IN CHANCERY. payment, due on Jan list day of October 1161
Mrs. Allen Johnson Mrs. P. H., I baw and Robbie SOUTHEASTERN PETROLEUM EDMl'XD: M. 8FHI'O""U. :

'Wlsenba'ker' Mrs ''J. M Mills and useful and 'others very numerous. Another attraction was the costume I COMPANY, a Georgia Corporation Plaintiff.nKHAMUXR Mid to b* filed li.the office of the Jno.P, J.C.''a-r.Camp.. Jr.,

One very Interesting gift: was a ,I parade. There were a large I et aU -re. Clerk of Circuit Court 6n or'before Nr>.. 6. ISTHE
Mrs J. L. Combass. *r rMr : FAY 11EAYORAIID. .
Defendant ten o.rlock .m. November 11, 114 .
quart of syrup and a dozen hot biscuits I number who entered this contest. ORDER TO APPEAR 'AND I It.r....... I The Board of County Commlmilon- r -
. 'I I (beaittifuuywrapped) from Winner' were Marke and Susan NOTICE TO DEFENDIN I NOTICFI TO IErIlxuix : ere r"eI've"' the right to reject any I
Roy Blair went as a de1e.Eate THE NAME OF THE 8 TATE OF : THH MAMMM) BY TILE or nil. Mdn '
Mrs. Fletcher.Mr. I II'
a neice Scaff and Timmy Roebuck. FLORIDA IIOHITV OF THE STATE Of COUNTY
to the regional meeting of the '' AtT'1 BOARD COMMISS-f
.Roy Pafford helped' Mr. Jody Judges of National Rural Electric Coop. Association -Ito l'I' EASTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY HEAI'GRA\11.. SOT thamkillM FLORIDA, .. fbr
open the packages.I A. Stephens. Mrs. Glenn Nunn a Oeorcta. corporation Valdosta, Memphis T...\._. ,
which held in Clearwater J. R. Miller
was o.or.la the unknown ....A wrn Sill .t ( ..mplirlshsvtag 1 Clerk
group hfcxl noise makers and and Mrs. P. H. Wlsenbaker after heir, deed >
I Nov 8, IS I
One .. filed I. .. I
at Jack Harrison Hotel ** this C mrt ..1. yen.
1 I balloons which added to the fun of the program the royalty cut the the relief .fherel se.aht being e e e e .
dal I \
o fthe main speakers was Clyde T ', the party. Everyone talked and ribbons for the formal. opening: of I w.cei Yea are> hereby rrmntt4 I.aswer *> IN CIRCUIT'COURT,
Ellis who is associate general manager many useful things. Mid. rm*>lnlM .. *r be'ere I THIRD JUDICIAL CIR.
teemed to enjoy this festive oc- the carnival i The turkey was won by Mrs. S, .". nth: day .! %*v......r. IWM, f' r. CULT OFtlLORIDA
: TIlE CARNIVALA .(.hi.* .. W. J. "a."..... Jr. t.lreOak. AND FOR HAMILTON
The delegates attended a ban'1 dawn and wished Mr. Jody many hilarious time was heard M. Dea and 4he fruit cake by Mn. ..........* t'.u.ty. ....r...... COUNTY JASPER NEWSRain
more hapPY'' birthdays especially very Harlan Burnam ..
quet.,which was very lovely; At the lair C. B, end Mr. Roy. on the midway'" the ., H. S. Car You could even:, grab a surprise, ," /f.: \
last session Norman C. dapp. Ad-'T' nival. _
:A lovely turkey dinner was ser : fish or bob for apples. Gee, it was \:' .
cation Administration In Washing The"P.. T A served, wonderful : I.
ved to the guests such fun to godown the mid-way ; ; .t
Ion/ D::C.;[spoke to the group.a Hostesses fry this 'I party were food The senior had a cake walk So about 11:00 the curfew was* .,-.t :.1f ;

... .- 'y------ There were several types of throws.i '1 f ; .
: Mrs. Walter Havener and Miss sounded and everyone went home; '''y.:: hM' ,,
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The movie was excltin Sand '-. "o'btA
Inez McCall. i r ;r:
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( Guests besides:the honoree Mrs. scary. THANKS TO JASPER BAND .. '' is r.e ::! '
Made. > ,
ji Home r Hats were sold at a high price t .
: iV: McCall, Rev and Mrs. Char- We wish to thank Mr. Harvej f \

YT C I M.'Rodgen: Mi"'and' ; Mrs; Ivey'and neighbor they wer passed on. to..your. Oehlertyand his band for playing" ....\..-: ::..'. ".

;'D'O"N' '' m's; 'fcmsey, Mr'and Mrs.. Robert Tuten :' for odrvfibmecoming[ game last Friday .
&
? The marriage booth' had many ,. \
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; Mrs. Bates a
: ." I' Mr 'and : 'Ben' Mrs. customer and best"of all.'was the You added much. to tur Home "t er4t'
FreUi lAddie'McCall; Rev. Norman Booth comdnsr.::
Daily throw especially whenMr,
... Mrs Black.,Mr.- and Mrs. sponge 1 -'.
i I McDonald was used for a target.If See.r .
iC. B. Harrison, Mr ,and Mrs Roy' r'': OHEOOIINO FESTIVITIESA .I
you did not behave you were \
\ thrown in jail by someone and then full report on the Queen and

ADVERTrSINGP you had to te paid out. her court will be given: next week.:

Floridaj"Rest There were all sorts of candy We all had a wondejful time end

Y S -' I N popcorn balls ,and good old pop(r we wish to thank everyone who,I

I .'. ., I, corgi snowballs and anything you [helped to make our Homecoming a

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rid Y, November 6, 1964 THE JASPER NEWS JASPER FLORIDA PACE THREE
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with their mother, Mrs. Emma Milton months old named Victor Bryan. I Even then We went to the ball '::41

.... W and UM brothers and sisters.Mr. a e games at.G. M A. near by. per J eds.
[ ,'J "lia'< -.J rL.e .JB>nys tie summer I can from A. note of sadness came when one I fljePublished
Ti; : .Q)< i r.: .' C. H.,, MoooamtckslRbstrralStmday : tarcgfece, that'I fled SadteConeTn young tady!dared of appendicltus: be- Every Friday ]
: from the U. S. Naval Hospital Whjte Spring! 'We had been I fort her parents could get .there, '
/ SecomUQass Postage Paid Jasper. Florida
:
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I : InljAcksonrBW,wbtrf Ife-WM sorority,sister In I remember the, ,beautl/ul spraypf -"'et "
'"rJ.\ .t S0 hoeplt"'ed"'p'. )wf'tst' 'acutybronchitus _: ,askwf W ;u> join I. pink carnations: on the casket ; ,,: ,,t t Subscriptions{ Strictly in Advance! ,
?J t* f: "* : rfi'.t ? as we the $3-00 in Hamilton $4:00''Outaid:
/ S -.., K, :'& x Went" m I I Dr. diaries Cox died that Spring I'. : County ; ptonty
J i 4 Y143ih+ Pause a moment to look et that canto thru Jasper about 9 p.m, and I i "
". J lowly border of flowers at the Post we got to Ltlanta'a!T'.in:and wenton '1el\J> being ittthdwes't' I ; Telephone SYcamore. 2-6331 i
""tIe Hi- SYoi..e.Lgg1K Office yellow marl oUs mad red out tai Cox, homesick"it ad; .bull when Mr and ,M,!'. Robert Ehlert Editors and Publisher
t1"; .j I I was'Ilmost my brother Cleveland boarded the -- -- -- -
< I I I zinnias. It my first train trip. tI -- '
," 'Robert I /O, we had been to Tennessee with train several stations up the road, County.fully4 accredited |la.. rr.rY. the sp-room was a set of cedar
: Louis Stevenson": lived Mareus'fullks Cicero said, Mental -
Club mama when I came home, I shed my first Parker.IflsJj School lIt tafces,some furniture the husband had handmad
I The Woman's will meet Friday and when I
k his loot Isle granny we were
days on the of SamosIn ) powers, become blunted: when "
lie said
tears. "Don't
I cry, Virg. as In ibis to keep furniture the husband handmade
organization up
age
November 13. The meetingwas ant I hid had volt
little very young<< :
s book of Prayer! Mrs. they are discussed. If a man be he patted shoulder and! smiled
Stevenson writes an Introduction ten j%rate, the decoy cf his strength postponed one week ma orderto to Aunt Nan McCall's out from Jennings a little my smile. as the wheels of pnxrress turn. We ''while in school. Alton Dukes (Doris
choky
get a tpeeclal speaker. and went several feel in time that Hamilton ,County j I husband) Is a pulpwood
(In part) In every Samoan household ; will be gentle and not ''ntoler- summers operator;
I After few weeks at home I will have such school. j I 1
j a a
the able. { to Plnmowrt to visit Aunt Lizzie and his own mechanic.But .
day Is closed v ith '
prayer I' Also on sale are the ln>it cakes and went for this visit to Sadie Cone'sat '
sod Rainey once Pa Horne had Former Jaaper ,natives are well I the rbbons
the Is' Interested
.singing .hymn. The omission Dotage not a weakness Incidental sold the Woman' dub. These | me. Amazed -
.
of this would Indicate not to old age but Is the nemisls by been sold the taken several of .u" to the fair in White Springs and she and her represented' out ;Jerry Parker way tha a busy home keeper
have for
Ie&I'I by brother Watford the train that
frivolous Jacksoav 11e. met as Rev Joe Oounon was pastor of
CIIlIy'a lack of low In of days In Idlenessan
rellf training spent Club,and,are delicious. Phone Lc4s ; evening. Mould be winning ribbons on a riding
the home but a shameless disregard : Molly But Atlanta was ,different. I wasa the Terry Parker Baptist Church. club.
,. of all that is reputable In . Qirry. S. young lady! now on my own and It was hey day at White Springs Foimer Ja *rites have had. their:!', What else do do
you Doris I
Samoan social life. The Journal of a Soul Thisstual Mrs. Broward timid M a rabbit but It HIM wond.'rland Excursions were run every week children attend this schooli ; I
Mary Bryan ( Bryan sew keep house and raise
we
'/.. registered -
fl'Oltpoints. in Flotilla and South
and I loved
of Jobs IS
L.
Prayers Robert Stevenson diary Pope every minute.
. in the Ladies Hcme Journal. Nov. ) arrived home Saturday October ..I Mas tailed to several of the sorority Ga. Porters from the hotels met Mr. Leon Sandlln, Jtv,'Mrs. P. Boston' Bull dogs to sell (we
Miami
31 after a lengthy visit in have two now ready for sale),
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the trains and with'their confusing D. Sandlln,and Mrs Graham-Black
FOR SCSCESS and December is an honest en- gatherings but I naively told '
Lord, behold our house hold here deavor for self discipline as he where she went to welcome the new them; I had promised Sadie, (I cer- Jargons bid far passangers. The wont Jo White, Springs! for the i fun We go on Thursday nights to the
assembled. We thank Thee for this world' for humbleness. grandson, Andrew, son of Victor tainel did not know then nor da I hacks or surreys were 111\e4up eral service of Mr H. W. Kllpatrick Garden Center in Vakbsto for les:1:1

place in which we dwell; for the and Barbara Nicoletti born Oct. 15 know now the ways of secret so- thick v last week. Mrs. Kllpatrick is the sons in square dancing. We'll take JJ

love that unites us; for the peace Catholics.,, TOO NtcoletU's have another 18r'S cleties l ),Jr' ,,' ..like the way some But the Cones'lived out a'piece 'formei' MHs Mo'llleKateValdron examinations for diplomas whenwe

( ,accorded: us this day; humility was an outstanding, virtue. spoke'of: the "Nom" an tho they and had come for me in their own of White Springs.. are thru. We feel we should "
For the hope with which We ex- .-. I were oariahs.. conveyance. We hired a dray, a t'' have outside interests. And we have
pact tomorrow; for the health, the Mrs Molly rOlpatrick/! Sweat ,But 1 had; pretty clothes, my mother negro man with a wagon to take my Ten rn; nns from the EcnoU Co. our church work at the Staten-
work!: the 'food, the bright skies and Miss Jean Waldron were in I : had seen tp that, and a big new trunk: with the pretty summer riffing club of which, Doris Dukes yule Baptist Church. This week
that make our life delightful! for town Tuesday' attending; to some 'HI NEIGHBOR' tow k. dresses and the special I hat. I (Mrs. Alton Dukes), is' president. we're all taking something for the
our friends in all parts of the earth, business. Occasslonally we were chaperoned think I stayed a week.' One ribbon was for Quern, one for

and our,friendly helpers in this foreign Jean Waldrcn and I are friends always( chaperoned) to At- The Cones lived in a rambling Western ,Pleasures -' 3 ribbons nursery. ,
; Back the ribbons
the all.
isle. Let peace abound in our from Primary school days. We with Jim Watson I lanta for some: cultured 'eveent. I old house that breathed' leisure were won,in the costume class and Doris to on "
rides a Golden Palomino -
small company. Purge out every were both red haired Jeans: was there the 1st year of the May and gentle living. <. etc.
r heart the lurking grudge. Give uss curls were such a temptation ton Musical Festival and we went in to Capt Cone was an autocrat. He Miss Effie Docfco and I" had registered! .model. 3 quarters and
s' 'i'l' grace and strength to forbear and. ,, >e in the seat back of ,her ''to and" on November 11' see Lohingain play, insisted that we eat the breakfast stopped for a minute to speak to her name Is Dutchess.
I,4 to pmerve.Offenders. try to uncurl them The NunnaUy: and Wyly candy waffles with sugar (fit was better this neice -'and the minutes raced I Doris herself was raised In Savannah 1

y i give us grace to aeI I ,Jean wad a Red Ctoss nurse and Special Guest, MR. shops were a touch from the storybook than syrup) he said. into an hour. a your lady of rare '
l .1""',4-;! cept and to forgive* offenders. For with the 326 Inf. 82 Div. World Was world.\ t I i I 1 It was a friendly- looking place friendliness -- with days filled with
We went to town several times
;. getful ourselves,' help us to bear L My husband,was a chaplain In RANGE ANDREWS Spring 'came, the lilacs bloomedand aday.. 0I1Cea1ways to swim in the chairs for an outsld sitting room. Interests and yet she was unhurried t
Iqt cheerfully the forgetfulness of.the same company and many times I' the red roses werd trellised on A few scatered toys on the walk. A as she entertained her unexpected:
.,'sf't? others. GIVE US COURAGE AND I I they worked together. Now Jean j the long front piazza. The sorority famous pool.Watford cordial greeting found,us inside the I guests.
.- GAIETY AND THE QUIET'MIND. |spends her summers in White Spgs. Hamilton Counnty taught a little country
:: Greek letters. were marked on the school Each house. The three \year old'was in *
Strcngh tto encounter that which Is and U the Fall perhaps Thanks fhat summer. morning IV S C S
j campus with hyacinths and tulips.I a high chair having his supper ;MEETING
to come .. .brave in peril, tem- firing this year, .she'. .goes to Miami.; I Agricultural Agent was living in a world of "Tenny a he bundle galloped of fodder away on bade hcrse of his back sad-- the maid ,was )ironing n the breakfast The regular meeting of the W. S.hrs. .
'
perate in wrath and In changes of son's Princess" Jut Jitsu was new room. The house was filled
I 4 last the Y.du-
dle and with his lunch box. was Monday at
fortune, and down I to the gates of Mr. and) Mrs. Baynard Milton then in America with interests cord, piano
I I and we had an Instructor Another Wofford went to .a organ a ,eatlonal Building of the Methodist
death and loving one another and son Jeff of New Jersey are at 6:45 aim year
loyal : J, don't think I really learn SUtunton Military Academy in Va. comfortable sofas and chairs j Church.
planning to spend Thanksgivingr" ed best of all atmosphere of
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on sister Hattie Lee Spencer lives Norman Booth The study was glvin
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was matron and grew Sadie married Will Cotes, the of antiques, old bowls and\"The Life Within" and the main
PowerfulW' Chinese sacred lilies in a bowl in catch o ftho season. They had one pitchers; stonq Jugs of exceptional thought shall Jesus.
was we see
her mold, cast Iron swinging pots hold ,
room' daughter Sara.
We wore uniforms of white shirt\ It was all so long ago but sometimes I ing plants ar4) back of the stove .Reports from all secretaries were
Championship.Ro o ':,.' ,,0-nnel! : 12, I waists and black skirts when we In the night the glamour of the,kitcben aftjhet, of east In1) given. The purpose of the W.S.C,
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marched to church or Atlanta. I I those days comes again and I want cooking ware, even the curious
I Some afternoons we would ride to write it down. waffle \iron. I and then discussed by the group.
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cycles. We.were en the honor system -'I I Small counties, town and cities had worked all,day cleaning: paint future events Mrs. Ponce Sandlln,
BRANFORD. i! Jacksonville, and pledged to report any Infringement 1 are not the only ones wtyh Ichoolproblenw. from a three quarter iron bed de- Sr., program chairman, told of
I of rules. For months the TV and I i stineri for the little boys room. In plans for the Christmas activities.I .
... Once that Spring the college en-I newspapers 'have 'carried rtortei a his room now' he "makes do" with I I I We adjourned) for a.,social hour,
tertained the young men from the about the condition of Duval Court a crib but he will soon out \grow,' Mrs. Shelton Lewis was hostess toL
Saturday ,Nov.rr: 8:00: p.rn-, Atlanta ,Dental College, Each girl I ty School system and this weel k that.( At the foot of the crib is I the group. She served, hot apple It
: I*;Ai was to atop up aid ctalm an escort over Channel 4 ,the report came boy and girls: set of kneyclopedlaal \ :a juice sandwiches, cheese straws "
J "-t..."; M.t; but to save1.my life I couldn't. I that the only high school In which his mother says he)aves. Ii i potato chips and lemon cheese sake.

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BURNHAM"NEWS" :..;nd M f children, and 'Mts.Mqurkr of.'Valdosta; Lindauer and Mr. I Mrs.Mrs.Gordon Roswell Newsome Avrlett and and.son sister:It,; JA .J HIRES ,ENjmEER! ( .FUR, 1:FFA' To Show 1 -"""' --. ". .
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"'So :...f.) \. I N'" It y cMdren.pf."ens.co s.'Avriett'*"*: tater4n-law? Yf7 Film Qii FhoppfeftteMining ? i r.c >tisRML AHJ .
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t. Clinton C,mbass, )'(".1 1teatf t ,At n': wiIa f.r ..,.. u" >K,lJ' Isaac IG' jjfi-g? Young'*.*Sunday. ...i.Jn. :Aft I I' :'.in Jasper I
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$ ( !- &; (T The Jasper City Council1 ft
; then county of Mr is hibie.;Idney on Combass a SQ hy of fi-ave this IShtve 1'1 v.:1 I."J. I : and >lrs.-VanceTt'J aa>"artw.lcncy .i J I regular meetingl&lj&ruteyt! \t W te< 21 1 idJriY Woman J. "fb?!. -.A.. Jasper.Chapter, has.
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; lie is in service t and was stationed Jr'lr.'WJdsC1'MmIard .i& TMr. otJTa a .voted unanimously.:Hi sec rtki*,; obtained a fUrri.be World ofPhosphate. .'
children aft Mrs. IlintoiJ of Gaines I IEhglneera
at F ancei Barren Air Force Base !Edith Deas\ar both home after Engineering servftfo of Goodwin : "
InterstateAn which they will shoW CONTACT
vine ,spent Stnday afternoon with Alabama Killed on
Hospital : of Birmingham. -
in Wyoming He-became seriously I several days )n'PnevifW! to the public free of charge on
UI end taken Mr:and Mrs. Ralph Cunningham to'make at study of the possfjbility I
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was to Fltzslmmons.JThey argvery; much ttrtproved.I 86-year old I killed Monday night at 8:-00 p.m.- in'the Henry 'D.
Hospital ,in;Denver where fie Yemalned -( t I, ., *> of installing a natural gas; woman was ,
for.quite Nothing is..easier,than wilt find- I I system in the This study when the car In which she. wag riding School auditorium The film was,
<< some'time lie : i i city. VICKERSJasper
made at Bartow
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and MrlfJoaephlierringendsans a phosphate
is much Improved at this time and | Mr ? lrg( No talent no self denial; no would Indicate, J.Jt( wUl be financial-!1 blew' a tire and overturned on
Mrs. Her and is of
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we are glad he is able to be back. spMt Sunday brains are required to set up in the I ly sound to !InstalTsuch a systemin Interstate Highway near Jasper '
He is now' stationed at EgUn. Air ,ring's J rents, Mr. and Mrs. Mel- grumbling business. Jasper i this Tuesday afternoon. being Installed here.A 'Florida .
Force Base in Florida, In SelphJ, They came to bring Mr. Robert West : She was Identified as Mrs.'IL L. story on the front page: of this ; "
S. I Herring father home. Mr.. Bryant, .e. I The study will cost the city nothing I II Lovett of Dunellon. An Adel Ga., 'issue says, the film will be shown Telephone 7926921Res. ,
Garrtrd and Marine; Sullivan,. A'''Herring has teen; spending several 'unless It shows that ai gas native, Mrs. Lovett had been a patient at the Chamber of Commerce meet
of : I r f Mnfcllzabeth Kramer has had a I would be a sound financial but has ,been It I 792-4831
.children Macon: Glrpent the(days with them. Jimmy has recent- I system in a pursing home for a time. ing. this changed.
week end with their pdrenfc, MrMrJl / &: ,,ty been discharged from the serviceBrother stay in:FJneview Jtospltal, but has orcgram andthe .city decided to The mishap occUI'Telfon 1-75' nine will be shown only in the sclex l. -- -
:returned home now And we install the auditorium interested
hope system and everyone
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.Joe Sullivan.] It- f,miles Jasper. car
.' .' .t \. ,I I I PJ61 I Stuart of Tallahassee !mproving. . r Mrv'Robert:$iw.' Vice President'with:(Mrs Lovett were her niece please come. ... ., .. ,." \ J\
Mr. and Mrs. Davit Keeling.and I r former"pastor of BurnhamChirchh i Mr and Mrs. Franklin Gaston of South Georgia" Natural Gas and I Mr*. Ruth' Paulk of Dunellon and I;' .;.--
children attended the fiftieth wedding |>rea4ied there* at the Sunday John assistant,.ap another woman also of Dunellon.The .
.._ anniversary of their uncle and ,, limb and night services.We :and Waco Gertrud Texas spent visiting last. Gertnedq'sbrotherinaavu' week :in I pe Shola.r. f1 and explained 'two younger women were Injured 't ,.... TIPPETTE ,:. .

aunt. Mr. and Mrs' FcB1Jn/ } \ ?j[ wry j all Sad to !haw; him'''back... and slater, Mr and i 'they would and.taken to- Jasper-4 hospital,J '; "
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I Madison County Saturday.r evening., .again. 11y' 'Mrs.: James Orjc.;They also visited serve ,natural plant'sh pi t';that to.the'Ht new would phosphate beth '1-! : SPREADER SERVICE:' ,1 ', : !
: In San MYRotploTuy l left .home ELECTION 4
oppt tuntlmfli( far.tty city to .
I Saturday morplnir .oct 24 and returned ; .
,; SatuMay Odtober 31. A good Install'a'.natu.. '$' c The election the T had DOLOMITE HICAL -
HARRISON HOd1 .Inc. 11-. ; I ui county; a
11, ,time was reported b4 J they were I" It few items( of interest3f There was ,. T' .
house.. ..;Ca ;: nksMy FERTILIZER
glad to.get aSol'IXh an unpublicized write-In campaign' 1 :
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I Presents. .i | s ; !against Harry T. Reid for Superintendent : For G ood" Fast Experienced Service
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Mr. Kenneth Young-had supper famlV,.t ii would like to ,and against Clinton Mitchell :

2, 3, or 4 Bedroomi; with his parents JAt. and Mrs.George thank;;.each. one of* you lot,your kJnd-1 for School Board bqth of which Call L RUE,TIPPE1TE 971-5495, Lee Florida
Young, Sr lt.WednesdaynlahL ness .1101.1tbincf'my were unsuccessful. 'George Wynngot
t f + stay ,Jn the hospital.and since 275 votes for Superintendent,
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"*- .1;{ I Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Proctor & I telephone call and letter meantso School Board, against Mitchell's I
'. ; children and Farrell Burnham of very" much to me...and_I truly 1443. Charlie Rhoden got'1807, the
ALL BRICK HOMES Waycrcss,..Ga. spent the weekend appreciate each one.Thas'ssailpd most votes,for any one candidate. r
/ with their mother Mrs..J, S. Burn-I Many ballots were only partially CHOOSE AMERICA'S
"': '- :*>- !bam and.famUy. t ; may God bless marked voters"apparently not t tk-
'' .* :* '* each .of you Is my prayer to had
ing time mark hose
who
No Money Down on Your Lot. I Bwlah Rae'Las ley
'Lewis !
hdt'ana Mrs.: Beatty visited no 'competition.The .,

r .*. Will accept:house or trailer on trade. I Mr"'and Mrs: George Young.Charles' !I 'r ('Mrs... f Clyd. i <'*. .. amendments fared. as follows: No 1W
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'0 J." and Elizabeth Bran : The family:of the late Mrs.,Maggie I,Amendment. For Against
l 70 MODELS TO ,CHQQO.. E FROM Mire Ellen Lee with to thank each of No..1 ............. 587 359
"** .. dies and chfldrp'o,'Qfrt-Ocala. .; spent 'you for your very,kind and thought-N0.3: *..;....,......353 b92
I For Information:Contact,, :;. W;x y the weekend wJ", .JJ :Mrt- rut expressions 0 rf sympathy which'No.'3 .........:..... 412 474 _
Gordon} Alderman MW*vMr. .. t was very helpful through our days No 4'' '...,..i.......409 394 ,
ALEXIS MILLER, Jasper, or write' .",. '''i/'' ,,of sorrow. Words :cannot: expressour No'S ...............366 471 AIL NEW
and Mrs. ..I1.bea., Mr. appreclattoh and we ask God's.?.k.6'. :...,.............. 272 426
: HarrisonHomesyrInc.:- : and Mrs. AlbevvDees;Qufnteen' and blessings upon-each'of you. No.,7...,..:,.t....., 516 224
tl 'I Elizabeth ,Dee"ly',1fIth; ;; theirfamilies ,. ... I No. 8 ................416 346
spent Sunday I in Tallahassee No.9''' ..;..........{280 426 '
: .'Box 204A Perry, Etorida( with their daughter and latka with their sister and Aunt, No; 10 ..n........:. 305 422 _
,,. .. 1'i' laimlly, Mr .and Mrs. Reyce,Mar- Mr and Mrao.J.,J.,Zipperer, Jr. I I No:11 ....,......... 347' 380
)' tin: .;" ,_,.::1 1 .. {No. 12 ..............390 374
-' l Mr and Mrs. Isaac Shiver had i.No. U\t...,,.., .. .-260 487
Mrs. Rosco*; 'BeMTett* and Mrs. .l\.J'PPtr: Sunday night with Mrs : '-GREATER DEPENDABILITY
GAS GAGS> ihiHJLCfcu Gof James Wynn yislted Mrs Bennetts Minnie Shrvfj,and mother Mrs : In the Senatorial Race Spessard
daughter M't:: and Mrs. Delma'E1Izabet\ ) Pearson in Jennings. 'I Holland received 1488 and Kirk:366.
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Beck in. ttson/Sunday afternoon.r . .. : ,I For Governor Burns got 1210 FEWER SERVICE PROBLEMS\
eke Ats'A ro oNt ft.vr.. '. 1 Mr.. arid .MrI'j, Tom Keeling of and Holley 692
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David and children, Madison' County visited their son.
Mrs. Keeling
ran ? a wo Statewide Johnson and
897.947
basest
and,Mrs. Don DeLoach spent, and daughtakfrt law Mr. and Mrs. got
Mr. Goldwater got 863, 50Spessard MAKES ZENITH AMERICA'S t
: \Sunday night ,and Monday ,in Pa- David faday'ettermon.y I J
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'. Y! Holland'got. 915,192and :
; \ -, : y Kirk got M4.290.ft: ( ,101' 'MOST'PREFERRED'' \ : ., Pt
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1 .the :BEST in Part and:Servile, .' and) ora': Bums an opponent got 881836.. ,Rpt t .. 4w :*'r. .::L ,1,, L"" ,

; 1 w 634,865 votes. J ,
f Ballrs Rakes Mower Otters| '4

t Lew Price $6.95 NIGHT rfnt ""N 'f 'FW&Tractors: Cpte' arresters -r

-'* PER CYLINDER t"".,... ; Deluxe ',; .

4 It' t CASH,'ON,OCUVCKY dtcsinure 2-100) tr ,\r,. '!EASY SEE ': r III

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1961 reads! the same upside '
I Jasper' Phone 792-6551 down' This happened last In 1881 19"PORTABLE <<<". "

,,J. HO"'LOWA"" Don't wait for It to happen again
however, it will be 6009 '
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In 1960 the country' per'capita Th. BCACHWOOD M.l.t M-2000
: : tax bite (federal state and local) Slim, cemp.et l.xtur.dfinlth.d SOUND-OUT-
: nt.UI' cabin. FRONTI
averaged out to $715. A decade Futures 18.500 volts of $149.95
Cecil! Eatmon ago the figure stood at $369 plctur. pow.r.soundoutfront _
..,,. Monppol.I .'__'Mm MN,in H.k.net| -
,, It'ssa little difficult believe nt.nna.
but according to statistics half
the Inhabitants of the U. 8. don't ')'GREATER'VALUE for

,own a toothbrush. .,.. '
SwIft Service Center Long Long.TV Life
Any bk'at
t : way you : it t. uPside
: bwn or backwards ;the service 'because It's HANDCRAFTED '
I here at JASPER LAUNDRY .
&CLEANERS Is great. .better No Printed Circuit!
NEW LOCATION at 'Big Top Warehouse easier, less expensive. end mtf No Production Shortcuts -
J' ?ou "can't hardly get that combo Jc i> All handwlred. hand-soldered chassis con-
anymore". Better come In soon Cat,.. nectlons for greater dependability fewer
: AgentfFor Swift's FertilizerFEEDS ; ; for every good reason. -r service DrobiemStMANNING'S .
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I THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD
IIIKTt Do:you have trouble with RADIO SERVICE
cato sticking to the plate Try

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Friday- ,, November 6, 1964, THE JASPER NEWS. JAS ER. FLORIDA: PACE SEVEN: J


Wedding: 8OBOIU'IT. .. : i :,'
SIGMA KAPPA
:*t 's (UA dition: t 210 East Crane Avenue '
I ti'a Is alwayv manifest CASH&CARRYBuilding : ".
RouseStarting; J tin. Athena ,Ga. where -the Pho"e'242.3962 i I 1

*Mi aill1da'Ym .Jh1s, or Valdosat first garden cnub'anc the first P.T.' r !

: Ga- and"lorfruerty( bC J'aaperto A was organized Out ajf the Unl- VALDOSTA GEORGIA'These :

-wishes announce the marriage ol versit ycf Georgia a spacious and : ; i',1. ; C ,

her daughter Mary Nell to Mr. lovely old colonial lamenow, houses .
.Horace Starling of Valdosta, Ga.,, the Sigma Kappa Sorority founded Are Every Day Low Prices -' .'

.on October: !0,1964. way back in 1874 at Colby College f
i: , nationally strong and one of Materials Inc. Hoi Specials

TATtMCNT Or OWNERSHIP the best. Some Sigma Kappas familiar -
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MAMACCMCNT AND CIRCULATION
Located In Old Savannah Ave. Warehouse
1, D.U of Flint October. 11. mi to us are U. S. Senator .
S. TItle of
THE JASPER NEWS Margaret Chase Smith, Mrs Edward
f frequency of tasuWeekU E. Cone (Vlrgie Hyman
4, know oats ot publics.tloni -
1 r-\t; \ First Street. Jsper, Cone){and from here Janaece Gri- 1 1JO.INSIiE

.Hamilton.. Location Count of the Florida hesdnusrters IIO&1 ur ner, daughter: of Mrs J. W, E. Grl- PREFINISHEDPLYWOOD NOW IS THE TIME
General business office of the pubUih.Nuaee ner FRAMES

':..nNam."'and sddreeees of publisher.
editor Bud miaaflmc ,editor.Qf.I" PANELING OUTSIDE
JENNINGS F H A NEWS
{ b and Rep Ehlert !
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Bee Ehlert. TTThe J&VJngrF l'{ A('hfS,1tet jias .' .. .. "..
Kdltor-Robert and Bee Ehlert. selected their officers for this yeear KO PAINTING rT MAKE YOUR MOMI COOLER IN 1 (tomb Width 4'g
7. OWNER: Robert and Bee Ehl' They are President Annaree men; ,SUMMIRIWARMIR IN WINTIRI? V., W.rhFrrS.IU. .
ert Addres. I'. B. Box. 12. EdSY TO APPLY
Jasper, Florida. Vice President of Projects Kay and
s.v. On He-rlng Cooling
... .l.b SHif I-
S. Knows Bondholders )(ortp. Hill Vice President of Degrees INSULATION
; ROCK WOOL
and other Security Holders Owning or
Holding 1 percent or more of total Betty Sue Zant; Vice President 1-1i1t1 \ IS'-4Un." fully P.r '
Amount Securities-NONE of Bonds Mortgages or\\loth*I Recreation MAt Wells: Vice President ,wt 0 enclosed 19t& ThouUftCIShHt

t. Paragraphs and S Include. Incasee of Program of Work Sue Per I i Mml.lt.lck: 'L.7 Sq. Ft., -. cZ
where the stockholders or secur.
sty holders appear la the books of thecompany Butler; Vice President of Public l / M Sq. Ft. M" -
Flush Doors
other Knotty Cedar $6.88
as trust..r In any .
Relations Sullivan
Gail Secretary
fiduciary relation the name of the ;
.person or corporation for whom such Ellen Scoff; Treasurer, Martha Natural Birch 5.24 1 ROCK WOOL SiiL TION'-- .
trustee Is acting also the statements Cherry Print $5.60 Enclosed
la *'paragraphs show Newsome; Historian, Carolyn Mat- L 1S-4I" lath Fully 1-8x64 ,. ... 3.85
III\Wt ler.ff .J i
sot. and too his Parliamentarian, Sue MurphyThe I Walnut Print $5.60 full tfik.
; 24x6-8 4.00
the circumstances and conditions on- Cherry Tone $6.24 ( i ill $ OI Per Thou- ---
der which stockholders and securityholders Chanter welcomes the new "" 2-46-8 4.65
who do not appear apon1M I1 and Sq. Ft.
books of the company as trustees, bold members from the eighth grade to 0 24x6-8 4.65
stock and securities. the chub. Philippine Mahogany j Sq. Ft. Pe-s StU 2-8x6-8 4.90
In a capacity other than that of a bo- Natural Ten $3.84
naflde Name and addresses of I -4.
owner We have planned several projectsfor 3-0x64 5.25
Individuals who are stockholders of s. Econo-Ply . $3.68 .....
corponlton which Itself Is a stockholder th1I'ear'Pleue keep in touch .
or holder' of bonds, mortgages or -- .-
other securities of the publishing cor.poratlon wthr) this. paper as to. when these 1C111'1U+
have be.. Included In paragraph projects wVl occur. .... DUPONT
T and S when the Interests'of _
.such Individual are equivalent to 1 The Chapter; is under the'leadership -' KIT'r:
percent or more of the total amount of LUCITP"D
;
of
the stack or securities of the Mibttsh.Ing our own economics teeacher I .. ''MODERN MAID
rorpontlon. Miss,Barbara Pearman.
:A. Total No conies printed (net
preenrun
) 'A-1180.: *B.-USOB Vice President of Public I 19" SYEN! WALL PAINT, 5piece4'x8'x'4M
Paid Circulation
I.' To term subscribers br' ..II. 'Claro' Relations, Qail .Sullivan iTllilbllll'llwCllirilin '

,.Met deUv.ry Qt A-lliOi by other stOsns. .:: h.. 0. chafe Cook tT ef HeU Cefers { .

'1. Caferrotirti' dealer .
strain news
; or otherwise 'A-110; 'liUt White FULLY AUTOMATIC
Sorings Oadbye 1r d'''
C Free distribution Including's.m.. High Class DeorlO 'CIMIe 1M ....".
pies) by mall, carrier delivery er by Oven LI MIO t..... ,....... ...... CWfOTIIII +
other mean. NONE School.News II,U" '
:D Total No. of copies distributed Light** InttrvmentP I I'WCft"M- = f"1'1
(Bum of lines Bl Bl and C) .nl !I.
1 1 1h
*tttw6 Cover
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A-USOj B-USO The Bet Club of White Springs Kula.
t certify that the statements Bade by *
..'above are correct and complete held a specif meeting at the homeof ,,. ,, $104.55 i&3. .
A ROBERT EHL.ERTA their sponsor, Mr. Hal M. Worthin ; ''h. ,...
No down .uew.
-Avtrat* No. Copies etch Issue
money
During Pneeedlni 11 Month Lake City on October fl. After a ,,, .''''''t gsaa' WTtA1NOt IIOOI

., Bstns.Dah. Issue a.&o. flllnf tasty. meal of hamburgers, they both only 1 9.81 .rithluataosttd..."'.1,0.-: .... _4'. +IJ wraatga4AetrtAtE
I Model No. 24 P .
discussed the District 7 Beata dub 1 Yr. CuarantM. Ill month '"
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r t l H. I* McGAULEY CELEBRATESWITH meeting to be held in White Springs. .r '

[ BIRTHDAY PARTY on Deo 12 and also planned a pro COMPLETE $

Mr H. L. McCauley celebrated K1'81P.ti, ttE $*t'. A. cake sale .2. 735
1 his 54th birthday Sunday and what will'atSd U'.P ri*>red by the Beta MODERN MAID $486 ONLY

f' a celebration fit 'turned out to bet Club on 14.The' ',
; While he was away at church: thirty } IO4ee Carnival sponsord Surface Units

; or more relatives gathered at his, by the P. TA.. wSi very successful. .. "
r' home 'and' when he returned there: .frs. .Tirana 3 jrCrews_ the Home EC. DUI Heat ,Centrels i" FIBRE PIPE

was a banquet spread buffet style, Teacher Jfgs In'charge of' the entire -l '
fit for a king. Every one yelled surprise Inside Halloween program 0 4 Burners

{ and sang happy birthday.. He which featured the Kuntry Kusins 0 Choice ef Cokrsl: ", 10 Ft. Solid Sewer Pip

received nice 'gifts and \we have from IijeXJUy.: :,Mr*. Dan Reeves, Model No '-I. I with C upllno* .__..,... .per line ft.J7. 9t .:
never seen I. happier gathering.Out i Mrs Jerry Lewis, and the Home EC O ET.'SO ': I 4",10 Ft. sUrmlMptle \,
it.
McCauley of town,' guests Jennings were; Mr.:Mrs.nd Dade Mrs'jCepartment helped with this event. $62. t t- ,With SnafijCotiplina: .._.,-per lin.:ft. $-_ ;.M. ,'

Edgar McCauley,. Lake Park", Ga.Mrand ,Bob' White. The, acted highlight as Master of the of evening Ceremonies ';'I ." 1fIIII. 1 %, q t j i.; I 2", 10 Ff.:SdW for UfHJfy' Mwtn.. ..Drain;"%" f j? .;r ,f'.
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Mrs. and JI tW Hit. ff. f Mf '
Lindbergh Kensey was the'frowning of the prince and 4 With Cupfng -. i : 'P'j

sons".Titsworth from StatenvUle and wife, the of ReverendJ. Jennings,I I[ princess:]!.held I in .the auditorium \ :PLYW OD/fF1R";: 4 ,: [4"". C7 Arapfor ;::: .9 ff2.10 { :

i., tie.' and Mrs, Robert Butzer Mr after futslft'the'( midway. Randy V4 Bind Tooled '
i Q Jrnu1d Debbie Conner 'won R C-7 Ad. .. N. $ ,49 I
and Mrs John Hill, Mrs ClltTordJDosMa 1 "
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of Jennings and Ronald Ver-: this cherished Itie for the elementary ,'SIS INT. ___...Per Sheet. $2.5E :' ",

nelson,of Kissimmee. ) -ades. 45x8fx%", SIS INT. _Per Sheet $3.46, ;

Many happy returns, Mr. 'MeGauley. .I 'Reporters: Paula Alii- 4'x8'x2", SIS INT. ... .,Per Sheet '$4.51
anOue
son HillhouseCLASSIFIED 'E
: 4'x8'xs/e", SIS INT. .._._.. Sheet $5.12

I : ADS 4'x8'x/4", SIS INT. .Per'Sheet $6.02 mwE&$

4fx8'xW, SIS EXT. Per Sheet $2.82 ; SIP THE

FOB SALE FOR SALE.-.A STOCK HOG. Call I 4fx8fx3/a", SIS EXT. ..._. --.Per Sheet $3.84 SHOWER STALL4'x8'xVzu a +' SATN2I1fIM FJLW

,Red and black worms for fish 9382550. Etc F WITH UAUTirUL
SIS EXT. _Per Sheet $4.90
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bait at Eva: Sapp'a.TWO '
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-- ---- 1I WANTED i For dressmaking or 4'x8fx8", CD Sheath Per Sheet $2.56 54145 '' i IATNTUB
FURNISHED APARTMENTS I alterations call 9382357 or see'Sharron
Call 792-3771 or '792-6791. tfc Wetherington. .Jennings 4'x8'xVi" CD Sheath:..... .Per. Sheet $3.23 y ENCLOSURES
WITH
-- I Florida Itp 45x8'x /.upCD Sheath __.Per Sheet $3.78 COMPLETE i
FOR SALE-Used automatic ...h. __ I 0 STONE BASECURTAINS ,s, I ;
er, electric heater. Mrs..Shriver, t ROUSE [FOB RENT or ROOMS by 4'x8x'/8" Particle Board. .Per Sheet $4.16 0 AND PINS DMT
Telephone 93823311ltc I day week, or month. Alapaha K
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Motel tic -. 0 SOAP DISH 0 FAUCET :ifs .11 S' Twk ,

SAVE-SAVE-,SAVE t i _-_ Heavy Obscure Cltti
30-fial glass lined water: heaters, WANTED w i'

S7495: 10 cu-tt.: 'Refrigerators $189- .We buy cypress and cypreM wet ; LOUVEIED.
'95 w.t.{ 361 Ib. Upright Freeezers land. Write. Cypress Cutters, Box
$199.95; 473 Ib: Upright Freezers DOUBLE 10WL BLINDS $
243 White1 :Springs, Fla. Itc ?
$23995; 647-lb. Upright Freezers \ a 185COMFUII
$299.93; ]2-h. Automatic Defrost BUILDIXd REPAIRS PAINTING, .\. SilKS'IV.." Thick, Panel

Refrigerator with 91-lb. Freezes Carpentry or Roofins!-will sub ''.. ., Stationary Slate '
$249.93 w.t. 5-year warranty, at contract. Call Gene Turnbell 963- le ," :'. U -
Manning's Radio Service call 7924421. 2921.'Wellborn. N27p US ? 1111 0
.. t _,32'x21" COMfAx'c
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Jasper tic I. ..x32 .$4.SO par
USED ELECTRIC RANGES' FOR ,
.- ---' WMePercslaiffu.ctf 2". ._ _I4.1S p."ir
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Sale To the highest and best Sale. Good condition. J10 and) .
Fpr
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bidder for cash: Pole and saw mill $50. Mannings Radio Repair, Jamper stns..pr.y Ud.' $f.U pal, +
792-4421 tic C.mpl.t. with --- -
phon '
timber and hard wood for pulp ...t. trip ..dUt .f.I..... .. c...., ..It SHEATHING

wood. VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYIn : with <. ili.i*.*s wait* SN*! 1W t
See Jessie and Franklin Fouraker. Live Oak, Florida for all your '-fr.,. / Impregnated all tKethr -*" '
White Springs, Fla N13PI' musical needs from organs and r .""she. |wl .M H>. iurfa Add$1 5Ofor
piano to records and. record play IS hfMt lf endlttenlnff -
FARMERS |r ers. J/.tfg' CoppertoMiTorquolu ALL $ : fast*. Three limetMi
FDR 860'L ,ias l.tna! wlue' el
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MONEY for your farm open REP RSf JT::: Yellow. fyptuatsheel iae. Y

tions at reasonable cost: Terms We repair all types T.I_ V." and gT j ,
Loans to radio Also Small appHancesJtannlnga 14400
to fit your needs. up o
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,7 years. Can North Florida Pro- Radio. Service, 'Jasper. 792- .FOR' r M Ft. I j

auction Credit Assn. S. OhIo Ave 4421 ... tfo
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Live Oak Tel 362-2588 BARDECUEII Motel.Restaurant S- New* pit Now at AUpaha servingbarbecued WED. Monday Friday Siiterday ,

OPEN ALL DAY SAT. &
LOT AT SUWANNEE SPRINGSFor !, chicken and smoked 731.6,30: 9:004:903PIECE : :
Sale. On the river high and mullet/ :Route 41 north o( Jasper.It's '

dry good location only $1,000. Sea delicious I tfc
Robert Ehlert owner. tfc. "
ATHLETES FOOT IDI
-GOOD---OPPORTUNITY-----for Lady- to- HOW, TO.KILL IT BATH SETS !. DELUXE WATER HEATERS

go In business for self. Small Investment In :3 days.If not pleased with strong ,

required for 12000.00 T-4-L; liquid'your <4So< back at I I '
stock. If Interested contact Mrs. any drug& store.:;Watch Infected skin WITH raucETSt'I GLASS-llNED-10-YR. GUARANTEE
John Dodge tfc slough off W.tcb.healthy skin replace ,
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TRIMS ANDSUPPLIES ?t WHITE ENAMEL FINISH
it. No more itch A burning& -
FOB SALE ,
Use antiseptic, joothing T-4-L Foot> ,
ton Chevrolet
1957 -j three quarter
truck In real good condition. Powder tooiiCnefor: sweaty CAS 30.Cat :$44.00
feet, foot order;; stay active In the $9qo', --
See H. L. MeGauley ItpWANTED skin for hours: NOW 'at WISE'SDRUG 'Ji. CAS 40-Cal --...:$53.00

anti AT5tWCET Rawlelgh STORE. tic ; LJ.
Dealer In Hamilton Co. or Jasper. 'f,. :t 1; COLOR $ 5.00 r ELECTRIC'r .

Write Rawleigh Dept. FA 31503, Georgia Plate GuUs Co. r'l.ffri!! ; :::1 unIon ;1 (0 WI. Round _36.85
Mempt Tern. D11PSirnnv .Store rr**.. fi:'" =.::::: ; -
__ e Mirrors tBteslhrered cto -RSVERSI TlAp /""" 1'' 40-Cal. Round _$45.35c.c.Iu

= No Hunting on ejTob EaeloeoTM, Mower* 1 II MIM. ..e1pN1ua. / .... ..... .... T...,....... v 30-v.1I"- :II top bl'to. p _$5 iI.00..
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